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Down the Dog Hole A Dog Hole Is A Small, Private Mine Shaft Of Questionable Legality That Individuals Would Dig To Pilfer Coal During The Depression Come Join Northeast Pennsylvania Poets Thomas Kielty Blomain, Amanda J Bradley, Craig Czury, Erin Delaney, Nancy Dymond, David Elliott, Brian Fanelli, Jane Julius Honchell, Susan Luckstone Jaffer, Dawn Leas, And Laurel Radzieski As They Celebrate The Northeastern Pennsylvania Region And Illustrate The Many Facets Of Its Environment, History, And Culture These Poems Address Everything From The John Mitchell Led Labor Strikes And Negotiations With President Teddy Roosevelt In Scranton, To The Devastation Caused By Hurricane Agnes And Hurricane Irene, To The Small Town Conversations Happening Every Morning At The Bluebird Diner Most Of All, This Book Showcases How Alive This Literary Community Is And How The Rich And Storied History Of This Region Is Continually An Inspiration To All.

  • Paperback
  • 120 pages
  • Down the Dog Hole
  • Thomas Kielty Blomain
  • 16 August 2017
  • 9781879205925

About the Author: Thomas Kielty Blomain

Thomas Kielty Blomain was born in Scranton in 1957, attending parochial school until his family moved to the suburb of Clarks Summit, where he went to public school There, he was part of a crew named Most Mischievous in their high school yearbook His record for suspensions may still stand today He attended nearby Keystone Junior College and graduated from Dickinson College He was founding edit